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Fruit Biology by V. Kolesnikov
In this post, we will see the book Fruit Biology by V. Kolesnikov. About the book V. A. Kolesnikov is the author of the first manual on laboratory and field methods of root studies published in Moscow in 1962 in … Continue reading
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Tagged agricultural technology, agriculture, apples, biology, citrus, flowering fruits, fruit plants, fruits, roots, soviet
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Computational Mathematics – Demidov, Maron
In this post, we will see the bookComputational Mathematics by B. P. Demidovich and I. A. Maron. About the book The basic aim of this book is to give as far as possible a systematic and modern presentation of the most important … Continue reading
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Tagged approximate differentiation, approximate methods, approximate numbers, computing methods, continued fractio, continued fractions, convergence, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, error estimates, eulermaclaurin formula, functions, graphical integration, integration of functions, interation, interpolation of functions, linear vector space, matrix algebra, mir books, monte carlo method, newton's method, quadrature formula, roots, systems of linear equations
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Little Mathematics Library – Algebraic Equations of Arbitrary Degrees
After a long gap we start again with the Little Mathematics Library series. The first one that we see is Algebraic Equations of Arbitrary Degrees by A. G. Kurosh. This booklet is a revision of the author’s lecture to high … Continue reading